Advanced Geometric Design Of Highways And Railways — Udemy — Last updated 9/2020 — Free download

Design of Cross Section for Highways and Railways

What you’ll learn

  • Advanced Transportation Engineering
  • Geometric design elements
  • Horizontal and Vertical Alignment
  • PIEV theory and stopping site distances
  • Geometric design for Railways
Requirements
  • Civil Engineering
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Geometric design for Railways
Description

Detail knowledge of Geometric Design of Expressway & Advanced Transportation Engineering will make you expert, also you will be taught higher design consideration and parameters for expressways. You will also learn Geometric Design for HIGHWAYS and RAILWAYS on advanced bentley software. The course will also include case study of super communication expressway. The course will also include case study of super communication expressway.THIS COURSE CONTAINS TOTAL SIX MODULES, EACH MODULE IS HAVING VARIOUS SUBTOPICS EXPLAINED. THIS COURSE IS BEST SUITABLE FOR THE STUDENTS WHO FIND THIS SUBJECT AS DIFFICULT, BECAUSE ALL THE COMPLEX PROBLEMS ARE DISCUSSED IN SIMPLE MANNER ON CLOUD WHITEBOARD TECHNOLOGY, ALSO ADVANCED POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS, ANIMATIONS ARE USED SO AS STUDENTS SHOULD UNDERSTAND IN EASIEST WAY

Who this course is for:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Geometric design for Railways

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